Funny stuff edited by Gianni and not made by someone or re-shares, therefore all images and other humorous creations found in the “G’s Funny Edits” category is 100% original and you have seen it here first. :)
Marco Rubio has been in line for a funny edit for quite some time and I finally got the time and opportunity to include him. However, I believed he would have ended up on my funny edit list for an irrational thought as he often does, instead he made the list for simply saying something late.
The outcome of the tax bill would have been the same even if Rubio spoke against it beforehand, thus the point here is not necessarily about him alone. This funny edit is a “laugh at” type, and dedicated towards all those politicians that knew from day one it wasn’t great and said nothing, like zombies of some sort.
Nonetheless you can bet, my finger is pointed at both sides, because if you paid close attention, Democrats did near nothing to change the course of the entire presentation of the bill to it’s almost finalization. Go review the past months what Pelosi and friends did on the floor… [crickets].
It just happens that Rubio was in line for a funny edit and why not a Republican, since they are outright the camp favoring the trickle-down-economy, because that’s what is happening ladies and gentlemen. Regan’s dreams in part are coming true and that was brought to you by someone who will profit even more from it, Trump. And you, if you are the average Joe, your dream is further away more than ever because all paths being laid are for the big guys to get bigger, not you. Those tax reductions are just enough for you and your grouping to shut up and go buy a television or a new mobile phone made in China, you’ll be happy.
The United States is entering what I call the U.S foutaise era, literally the bullcrap era, and I am referencing to how bad that bull crap in the financial district of New York will smell bad in a few years in the minds of millions.
The image below representing an Italian family gathered around the “nonna” (grand-mother) was extracted from an IKEA commercial that has been running on television in Quebec for a while now. It’s an ordinary IKEA commercial where a certain amount humor is introduced into their televised commercials, at least here in Canada.
I am not sure if they used a small pot for jokes in the commercial or maybe it’s IKEA’s biggest pot, either way each and every time this commercial comes on, someone in our family is bound to make a humorous joke about the fact that no Italian grand-mother would cook with such a small pot with such a big family as depicted in the commercial.
To all the Italians and Italian descent like me, we know this pot is too small. LOL
A few weeks ago I bought for a Canadian dollar this vintage photograph which appears to be from the mid 1940’s.
It was presented to me by a seasoned barn seller who’s a very good friend with one of my relative’s friends from upstate New York. Supposedly the newborn in the picture was a genetic experiment between a spud of the fingerling potato varieties also called Russian banana and human DNA. The rich real estate developer from New York who ordered the experiment did so because he feared his weak genetics were going to be passed on to his children. Supposedly he believed mixing his DNA with Russian Bananas would make his children stronger to face the frigid cold of the state of New York thus less chances of perishing from pneumonia for example. His close associates were the ones to suggest the use of the small, stubby, finger-shaped type of potato varieties because these spuds would create a stronger creature capable of sustaining the cold winters of New York by vegetating all year long.
But you know how stories from friends of friends go, they are often misleading. So I will hang on to this vintage photograph until I get a clearer picture of the story or until one day someone finds the rightful owner of this photograph, be it a family member or the people involved in this experiment. Hopefully someone can explain a bit more why they let it lose in the first place and if there is any danger for the public.
I think I made a good deal as I will be able to regain the investment as old photographs are in demand lately. I just can’t seem to figure out the letters in the picture properly as I have trouble with my eyes. Not sure if it reads Rump, Stump, Frump, Pump, …really hard to read when you have eye problems as I do. Anyway, at least I am sharing it for all to see with their good eyes.
As a Canadian who observed, read about and studied on my own time the political realm of the USA I can easily say a good portion of Republicans are thoroughly delusional. I am talking about being delusional for what’s happening in the world and in their own country and also being especially delusional with apparent threats.
I can read in 3 languages and do translate other important news and discussions from citizens around the world and let me tell you rare are the groups that reach this level of misinformation and paranoia as the GOP. Of course not all Republicans are like that but with polls and careful attention one can not only perceive but even demonstrate how ill-advised most Republicans are.
When I heard the story concerning the Kenyan young man wanting to give away farm animals in exchange for the United States president’s daughter’s hand in marriage I laughed my butt off. The story is more complicated than the simple articles found around the internet let us believe. What the young man is doing does not mean he’s exchanging animals for a human but simply using the animals as a way to say to Malia’s father (Obama); “I am serious and I am more than capable of taking care of your daughter so when the time comes think of me first”. Of course he never said this in any way other than indirectly imply this in a video he released not long ago.
In a sense it’s as if he does not realize that people with African origin living in America have little to no link with Africa to the point it’s rude and insulting to most Americans of African origin. Maybe he’s mistaking his situation, being from Kenya but living in the United Kingdom while he studies, maybe he feels that other Africans living outside Africa still have links to Africa as he does. Who knows, at the end, I wish him luck in his endeavours. For us, let us enjoy this mash-up image to remember this event. :)
I do not remember where I got this photo on the internet; I really want to credit the photographer because thanks to him/her I could have done this quick funny edit. If anyone finds out who is the copyright owner please let me know. Thanks!